Burnley boss Owen Coyle bemoaned Chris Eagles' sending-off following the goalless draw with Plymouth.
The £1million signing was dismissed for lashing out at an opponent and was shown a straight red card which followed an earlier yellow card for the youngster.
Coyle said: "I never saw anything but I will take a look at it. If it is an act of petulance he will be punished for that in no uncertain terms, we will not stand for that.
"He is a quality player but now he will be missing a few games. You can't get frustrated and you try to get that across to young players but they must learn that quickly."
Burnley are still searching for their first win of the season and have only scored one goal in the Championship so far but Coyle is refusing to panic.
He said: "We offered enough to get the three points even when we went down to 10 men.
"We tried to push on and get the winner. We can't fault our efforts and endeavour but we can pass the ball quicker and be more ruthless when opportunities arise."
Plymouth have yet to win this term as well but manager Paul Sturrock was satisfied with his team's point.
"We didn't deserve any more than a point, we are a team finding our feet at the moment," he admitted.
"We will learn on the road but we have got to put three points on the board at our next home game."
Sturrock was, however, full of praise for the efforts of Simon Walton.
"He is going to have a great career ahead of him but at 20 he is not the finished article."